Noisy Office Space?

Try lining your hallways with NetWell’s Fabric Panels.   As echoes rebound their way down the hall, drywall will absorb 8% of the echo, while sound panels can absorb up to 80% of the same level of noise.   Plus we can add decorative designs and artwork to the face of the panel systems to accent your…

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How to Beat Computer Rack Noise

Computer racks are notorious for emitting unwelcome noise in work environments that can have an adverse affect on worker productivity.   The key to controlling the level of noise bleeding into adjoining spaces is to section the computer rack off from the rest of the room, or the dividing common walls.   The simple, easy method of…

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Too Loud? Why Ceiling Tiles Don’t Work.

Commercial grade acoustic ceiling tiles really aren’t all that acoustic.   Most commercial grade ceiling tiles carry poor NRC ratings that average .50, while most sound panels in today’s marketplace carry NRC ratings that average between .80 and 1.25.   Commercial grade ceiling tiles are not designed to absorb sound, they are not designed to make a…

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#1 Tip for Office Soundproofing

Adjacent offices that share a common wall will also share the bleed of noise from room to room.   Part of this is inevitable, but much of it is controllable if the right treatments are applied.   Start with the wall and understand that a common metal frame supporting drywall on both sides will serve the equal…

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Ceiling Clouds Reduce Room Noise

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2013 Sound panels that float mechanically from a ceiling are called Ceiling Clouds.   In a room filled with excessive noise, these Ceiling Clouds are designed to capture the unwelcome echoes within the room, which in turn lowers the level of ambient background noise.   Those who target a Ceiling Cloud soundproofing treatment will enjoy the…

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PicturePanels

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 2013 Thanks to recent upgrades in printing technology, a process using Dye Sublimation printing now lets our clients have their sound panels wrapped with images, graphics, murals, fine art, logos, vintage B&Ws, family portraits and more.   The printing technology allows for jpeg images to be enlarged, holding onto the vividness of the…

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Office Noise

Noise transmission is a common challenge faced in multiple inhabitant office environments. Individual office enclosures commonly consist of thin walls or a practical arrangement of partitions, neglecting to provide privacy among workers. A practical arrangement for space efficiency is not always the most effective for

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